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Data Copy King is one disk image hardware,DoD data wipe hardware and also used as one professional forensic disk image tool.
  
=Overview=
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Data Copy King has build-in IDE and SATA ports and supports USB data copy with adapters, it is one 1:1 hard drive duplicator. The top features of DCK is its claimed disk image speed at 7GB/min and data wipe speed at 8GB/min and its ability to copy bad sectors/unstable drives.  
A PocketPC is commonly referred to as a handheld computer that runs a version of Microsoft’s proprietary mobile operating systems.
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[[Image:Pocketpc.jpg|thumb|Acer PocketPC]]
 
  
Microsoft PocketPC, sometimes referred to as P/PC or PPC, is based upon the Windows CE framework.  Variants of this operating system include versions such as PocketPC 2000, PocketPC 2002, Windows Mobile 2003/2003 SE, and Windows Mobile 5.0.  Variants also exist for [[SmartPhones]], such as Windows Mobile 2003 Smartphone edition. 
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[[Image:Hard_drive_duplicator_data_copy_king.jpg|frame|Data Copy King package]]
  
One of the key benefits of Microsoft's Windows Mobile platform is file format compatibility with the desktop versions of the company's productivity software.  Mobile versions of Microsoft software, such as Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, allow individuals to view and edit these files outside of the home and office.
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== Universal hard drive duplicator ==
  
Another benefit is integration with Microsoft's cross-platform solution, the .NET Framework.  The .NET Framework and its associated class libraries handle things such as memory management, file I/O, and many other functions.  The .NET Framework allows programmers to develop code in one of several .NET languages, such as C# and VB.NET.  PocketPCs run a simplified version of the framework called the .NET Compact Framework.
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1, 'Universal' indicates the storage medias from hard drives to flash drives, from good storage medias to storage medias with defects such as a lot of bad sectors, unstable heads or motor after head or platter swap, clicking drives but still detected in the bios or other kind of logical failure with detected status;
  
In order to maintain synchronization and connectivity with desktop computers, Microsft developed the ActiveSync program.  The user merely has to connect the PocketPC to the desktop computer in order to synchronize items such as appointments, contact lists, and even multimedia files. 
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2, 'Universal' suggests a combination of multiple Data Copy related solutions such as drive health checking, data clean or data destruction;
  
In 2001, PDAs running Palm OS variants held a market share of about 72%, while PocketPC held a meager 15% of the market.  However, by the fourth quarter of 2004, Microsoft PocketPC and Palm OS were practically tied with regards to market share -- PocketPC-based devices had a market share of 40.2% while Palm OS claimed 40.7% of the market.  This upward trend clearly illustrates the growing popularity of PocketPC-based devices, and thus the increased likelihood that one will encounter such a device in the field.
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3, 'Universal' means the wide use among different fields like data recovery field, IT after sale field, Education and training field, Government and miliary field, computer forensics field, Financial department field etc;
  
 
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4, One important thing to mention about the 'Universal' here is the green concept used, no backdoor design, physical read only, 0 training required, friendly and nice interface, Energy-saving, cost effective, etc.
== History ==
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The PocketPC operating system began as Windows CE in November of 1996.  The NEC MobilePro 200 and the Casio A-10 were the first two PDA-type devices available with this early version of the operating system.  From here, Windows CE continued in development through versions 2 (with such devices as the MD Elan SC400, DEC SA1100, Hitachi SuperH 3, NEC VR4101, Philips DR 31500, and the Toshiba TX3912).
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=PocketPC Variants=
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As previously noted, there exist many variants of the PocketPC operating system.  Below are a summary of each.
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==PocketPC 2000==
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==PocketPC 2002==
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Pocket PC 2002, Microsoft's PDA operating system, is more stable than the previous version and offers a barrel of bundled software, including MSN Messenger and a remote access client. However in order to run this operating system, serious hardware requirements must be available. Flash ROM is one of the requirements which only comes standard on the Compaq Ipaq.
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==Windows Mobile 2003/SE==
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Based on the Windows CE.Net operating system, Windows Mobile 2003 for Pocket PC includes a Windows-like graphical user interface (GUI), tools and helper apps, and several companion applications, including Pocket Word and Pocket Excel. It's the third major release of the platform, which debuted in April 2000 and was last updated in October 2001
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Here's a list of Windows Mobile 2003 for Pocket PC's new features:
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-- Enhanced Connection Manager user interface
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-- Zero Configuration connections
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-- Improved animated connectivity status icons
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-- Improved connectivity bubbles
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-- Always-on Bluetooth discoverability
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-- Use of Bluetooth modems
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-- Bluetooth beaming
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-- Auto-correct spelling
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-- Auto-suggest in Inbox
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-- One-touch turn all radios off
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-- 802.1x support
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-- Certificate Management UI
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-- IPSec/L2TP
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-- Support for Multiple VPNs
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-- IPv6 support
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-- New Today screen
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-- Smart Lookup in Contacts
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-- Windows CE 4.2 operating systems
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-- .NET Compact Framework
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-- Enhanced developer support
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-- 128-bit encryption strength for Crypto API
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-- Improved power management
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-- Windows Media Player 9 Series for Pocket PC 2003
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-- Plus! Sync & Go
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-- Support for Plus! Photo Story
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-- Windows Movie Maker 2
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-- Pictures
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-- New version of Pocket Internet Explorer
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-- "Jawbreaker" game
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-- vCard and vCal support
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-- Inbox signature support
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-- New user notifications
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==Windows Mobile 5.0==
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Windows Mobile 5.0, based off of Windows CE 5.0, was released on May 10, 2005.  Windows Mobile 5.0 brought many changes to the PocketPC landscape.  For one, with this release, the phone and PDA versions of the OS have merged into one encompassing OS, instead of two separate versions of the same one.  Additionally, while past versions of PocketPC software utilized the RAM of a PDA for program and data storage, Windows Mobile 5.0 uses a PDA's hardware more like a traditional computer.  The operating system and user data is stored in the more persistent ROM of the device, and RAM is used in a way more similar to that of a desktop PC.  This has implications for forensics, as data stored on these devices is now less volatile.
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=Pocket PC Devices=
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In recent years, a number of manufacturers have elected to produce PocketPC devices.  Some of these makers include companies such as:
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*  Audiovox
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*  Dell
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*  HP
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*  Mitac
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*  Motorola
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*  Samsung
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*  Siemens
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*  Symbol
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*  Treo
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Because different manufacturers are targeted at different segments of the market, such as business and consumers, the features and functionality of these devices sometimes differ greatly.  For example, some devices have built-in capability for taking images and videos, while other devices have tools such as biometric fingerprint readers and barcode scanners.
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'''References:'''
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[http://www.hpcfactor.com/support/windowsce/ The History of Microsoft Windows CE]
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[http://palmtops.about.com/cs/pdafacts/a/Palm_Pocket_PC.htm Palm vs. Pocket PC-The Great Debate]
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[http://www.windowsfordevices.com/news/NS8063885791.html Gartner: Windows CE ties Palm]
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[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pocket_PC PocketPC]
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Revision as of 23:52, 6 April 2010

Data Copy King is one disk image hardware,DoD data wipe hardware and also used as one professional forensic disk image tool.

Data Copy King has build-in IDE and SATA ports and supports USB data copy with adapters, it is one 1:1 hard drive duplicator. The top features of DCK is its claimed disk image speed at 7GB/min and data wipe speed at 8GB/min and its ability to copy bad sectors/unstable drives.


Data Copy King package

Universal hard drive duplicator

1, 'Universal' indicates the storage medias from hard drives to flash drives, from good storage medias to storage medias with defects such as a lot of bad sectors, unstable heads or motor after head or platter swap, clicking drives but still detected in the bios or other kind of logical failure with detected status;

2, 'Universal' suggests a combination of multiple Data Copy related solutions such as drive health checking, data clean or data destruction;

3, 'Universal' means the wide use among different fields like data recovery field, IT after sale field, Education and training field, Government and miliary field, computer forensics field, Financial department field etc;

4, One important thing to mention about the 'Universal' here is the green concept used, no backdoor design, physical read only, 0 training required, friendly and nice interface, Energy-saving, cost effective, etc.